To truly enjoy your retirement, we need to have enough money to live on. In Australia, this means having a substantial amount of savings and investments to support our later years. But how much money do you need to retire?
With inflation rising, the cost-of-living is soaring As such, many of us are looking at ways we can reduce our outgoings and live a little more prudently.
Australians, on average, are living longer than ever, thanks to better health and medical advances. That means the longer you live, the more money you will need for your retirement.
Apps help us manage our lives. But what about helping you track and measure your financial goals? Well of course, there’s an app for that.
Inflation is a hot topic at the moment. But what exactly is it, and how does it affect you and your money?
When it comes to investing for a comfortable retirement, could you be your own worst enemy? Here’s how your unconscious fears and biases could impact your financial decision-making – and what you can do to keep them in control.
For many, the word ‘retirement’ is associated with the idea of extended holidays to far-flung locations or spending quality time with grandchildren. However, there are a range of financial, emotional and psychological fears that are often linked to retirement – and for good reason.
If you’ve now found yourself with parents you need to help, you may be wondering how this will affect your own retirement plans. So, here’s a few things you can do to help both you and your parents improve your chances of retiring comfortably.
The current rate of compulsory Superannuation Guarantee (SG) is due to increase to 10% in July 2021. It has been frozen at 9.5% since July 2014 and there have been many arguments for and against increasing SG contributions from the current rate of 9.5% to 12%.
In unprecedented times, market volatility and the news headlines that follow can often be a cause of concern for members – particularly when it comes to superannuation.